Area high school football statistical leaders through Week 11:
Everyone who follows sports knows the saying that offense sells tickets and defense wins championships. You can add that defense drives online player of the week voting.
For the last time in the regular season – and perhaps the last time with a full 10-player ballot – it’s time to select the RBC Heritage High School Football Player of the Week.
True confession: Every time I sit down to write this column I end up doing a horrible impersonation of Aaron Neville. Sometimes just in my head, sometimes out loud.
John Paul II’s boys and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls each posted sixth-place finishes at the SCISA Class 2A Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School in Columbia.
Daniel Harrington rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns and threw three touchdown passes to lead Hilton Head Christian Academy to a 51-12 win over rival Hilton Head Prep on Friday.
Hard to believe, but here we are – the final week of the regular season. Surprisingly, only a couple of this week’s matchups carry major playoff implications, and only one of those is a winner-gets-in, loser-stays-home showdown (sort of … it’s complicated).
Area high school football statistical leaders through Week 10:
With just one week left in the high school football regular season (seriously, how is that possible?) we’re left with a lot to digest.
As the game time temperature drops (we’re looking at a “brisk” 70 degrees at kickoff tonight) the pressure rises under the Friday night lights.